Join us during Lent as we journey together toward Easter Sunday. Worship online at 9:01, 10:00 and 11:00 a.m. Easter Sunday is April 4.
If you missed our Uprooting Racism: The Housing Crisis panel, you can watch the full recording here.
This exciting new course, a follow up to the event by the same name featuring David Brooks and Miroslav Volf, explores what the good life actually looks like, and how people decide for themselves. Register here.
The season of Advent invites us to reimagine what life means as God comes to make a home with us. Click here to learn more about the Advent sermon series, featured music during advent, and to sign up for advent devotions by email.
In a year like no other and in an effort to keep everyone safe, this year’s unique Christmas Eve services will stream at 5:30, 8:00 and 11:00 p.m.
Our annual make-and-take event to help children and families prepare their homes for Christmas looks a little different this year — instead of making items at church to take home, we’re moving to a take and make format.
The stained glass windows shape the beauty of our sacred space but more than that, they tell us the key stories of our faith and inspire us to live in the light of God’s beautiful love and grace.
Information about all of the spiritual formation and fellowship opportunities this fall is here! Stay connected this fall with small groups and online classes.
The 3rd Annual Max Deweese Golf Tournament is Fri., Sept. 25 at noon at St. Andrews Golf Course. All are welcome. Proceeds support ministries to help veterans.
A sizable portion of the New Testament consists of letters to the church from the Apostle Paul, challenging and encouraging readers. What often goes unnoticed is the poetry within those letters, offering beauty and rhythm in an ugly world often out of sync. Join us for this three-part series on The Poetry of Paul.
Join us for one of three anti-racism workshops led by members of The Open Table’s Anti-Racism Training Cohort.
Join us on Sun., Aug. 16 for Part 6: In Relationships, based on Genesis 45:1-15, Rev. Carla Aday preaching.
As your pastors, we reach out to voice our angst at the events unfolding in our country. We share the grief and worry that many are feeling as they watch the news these days. George Floyd’s death was excruciatingly painful to watch. Our country now pulses with a wide range of difficult emotions and fears.
Women in their 30s and 40s are invited to join Carla for Text Talk, a Zoom class featuring shared reflections on the Bible passage for the sermon the following Sunday.
Now more than ever, we know what truly matters: friends, family, kindness. Though this season has been challenging, the spirit, grace and hope that has risen up among us inspires.